The first Test of the Ashes is set to take place on Wednesday, December 8 at the Gabba, and the weather is expected to be mixed. A trough is stationed over southeast Queensland, and the moist air will move across the city early this week. The trough is expected to cause some storm activity over the Darling Downs and southeast Queensland, and the game could be a washout.

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The weather is expected to play havoc on the Test, with heavy rains and thunderstorms affecting the pitch. The first three days of the Test are expected to be affected by widespread rains and washouts. The weather will improve on Saturday and Sunday. The players will have to deal with the effects of the storms for the first time during the Ashes. On Thursday, there is a forecast of thunderstorms, while the rest of the Test is expected to be dry.

The first Test is scheduled to start on Wednesday at the Gabba, and the opening day is expected to be wet. The rain is expected to continue until Friday, with a break in the weather expected on Thursday and Friday. A break in the weather is expected for the first three days of the Ashes, but rain is also forecast for Friday and Saturday. The rain will hamper the preparations for the Test series, with both teams suffering from limited training opportunities.

During the first Ashes Test in Brisbane, the weather has disrupted preparations. England were due to begin a four-day match against the English Lions today, but it was abandoned due to bad lighting. With forecasts for more rain on Thursday and Friday, the first Test in Brisbane may be cancelled. There is still a chance of rain on Saturday, but it is unlikely to be significant enough to halt the game.

The first Test of the Ashes is set to be rained out on Wednesday. The weather in Brisbane has been erratic in the past few days. It has hindered preparations and has affected the game. Australia and England both had limited practice opportunities. With the rain, there is no chance of a playable wicket for the first Test on Wednesday. The second test will be rained out on Saturday, so the game will not be played on Tuesday or Wednesday.

On Thursday, showers are expected to hit Brisbane, which could delay Australia’s batting innings on Day two. But after that, the rain will be less likely to affect the game on Friday and Sunday, with both days of the Ashes likely being dry. On Tuesday, the ashes in Brisbane were cancelled due to poor weather conditions. The first Test of the Ashes is on Saturday, and both teams are preparing for the weather.

The Ashes will begin with a day-night rainstorm. The Australian team will need to bat first to get some extra time for preparation. However, Australia has been out in front in the series, but a tidal surge from England on Day 2 has caused Australia to win the series. The second Test will be played on Sunday, and is likely to be overcast, and the weather will be a factor in the first test.

The first Test of the Ashes will be played at the Gabba, and the Australians are hoping that the weather holds off until the middle of the Test. Although the weather in Brisbane isn’t ideal for cricket, it’s generally not too bad for the game. The three days of the Ashes should be played dry and with enough play. It’s important for both sides to be as prepared as possible, as the tense weather could affect the batting and bowling.

The Ashes weather in Brisbane is expected to be fine, but it will be raining on Saturday. A few rain showers are expected in the first three days of the Test, but the overall forecast is not bad. The tense first Test will be interrupted by some late showers. Thankfully, there will be plenty of play and no major injuries during the second Test. So, the Australian cricket team will be hoping for a great result.